The performer charges at high speed to the opponent, and upon approaching, they make a heavy punch or kick, to stun the opponent, and afterwards, the user launches a barrage of punches and kicks in a rapid succession. In the end, they elbow or kick the opponent to the ground, inflicting high damage.
Its less powerful counterpart, High Speed Rush, is very similar; the difference is that High Power Rush usually deals more damage, while High Speed Rush is performed quicker. High Power Rush also inflicts less hits than its counterpart.
Video Game Appearances
Raditz' version of High Power Rush was named Dynamite Monday in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai. Android 19's version of the High Power Rush was named Cybernetic Pain in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai and Yahoo! in the [[Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi (series)]|Raging Blast series]]. High Power Rush is also used by GT Vegeta in Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World.